Digital Research and Innovation (DRI) at Georgetown

Together, Georgetown University Library and the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS) are pleased to offer the Digital Research and Innovation (DRI) at Georgetown pilot program. This program offers faculty the opportunity to enhance their research with digital tools and methodologies; experiment with emerging technologies; and develop new modes of inquiry, scholarship, and creative production.

In the Fall of 2022, we invited faculty from across the University to submit proposals for scholarly digital projects at all scales that engage in research, pedagogy, experiential learning, and innovation. As part of the new pilot program, the accepted proposals will be supported by CNDLS and the Library through expert staff consultation, project planning and development, or other types of support.

Our teams offer support in the following areas:

  • Digital project planning and management
  • Data management, analysis, and visualization
  • GIS & mapping
  • Text mining and encoding
  • Digital publishing and exhibits
  • Audio and video production
  • Web development
  • Course and syllabus design
  • Pedagogical techniques
  • Assessment
  • Student engagement strategies

The timeline for project implementation may vary with the scope of each individual project or proposal. CNDLS and the Library will offer support up to a calendar or academic year, with the potential for further development or support. The proposal submission form is now closed for this program cycle, and may be opened in the future for additional DRI program support cycles.

Please contact with any questions.